The screen shots of what they were looking at are below (click to enlarge). What does it mean? Is the intelligence community interested in the goings-on at LANL, or did some osis.gov individual just want to take a peek?
What's osis.gov, you wonder? Well, so did I. Here's what I found out about them. From this web site http://fmso.leavenworth.army.mil/wbil/osisinfo.htm.
Foreign Military Studies Office
Joint Reserve Intelligence Center
formerly known as The Open Source Information System (OSIS)
Intelink-U is a virtual private network -- a government intranet. It provides a protected environment to exchange unclassified and FOUO/SBU US Government and other open source data among Intelligence Community and other selected organizations. The Intelink-U firewalls safeguard government information resources and allow customers access to both the Intelink-U network and the public Internet. This gives Intelink-U users a single point of access to an unprecedented amount of unclassified open source information. Intelink-U is operated by the Intelligence Community Enterprise Solutions (ICES).. . .
This site, http://www.fas.org/irp/program/disseminate/osis.htm, also describes OSIS.
Open Source Information System (OSIS)
The Open Source Information System (OSIS) was formerly the name of an unclassified network serving the intelligence community with open source intelligence.
In mid 2006, the name OSIS and the network and content to which it referred were decoupled. The network piece is now named DNI-U while the content piece is named Intelink-U.The DNI-U network is maintained by the DNI-CIO Intelligence Community Enterprise Services office (ICES).